Refining magnetic amplitude methodology for use in the presence of remanent magnetization
The magnetic method is a common geophysical technique used to detect and image magnetically susceptible sources. Interpretation of magnetic data can be difficult in the presence of remanent magnetization. Remanence can alter the total magnetization to an unknown direction and hinder the interpretation of 3D susceptibility models by leading to incorrect shape and size of the sources. The magnetic amplitude method is an effective tool for interpretation of magnetic data in such settings. Amplitude data are the amplitude of the anomalous magnetic field and are weakly dependent on magnetization ...
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